For the last few weeks, I've been trying to port a DX9 implementation of HDR rendering (tone mapping, bloom, stars, etc.) over to DX11. I believe I've got all features working but I'm not getting good ...
I'm doing a little 2D game in C++ with Direct3D 11. In the game I want to render a sort of shadow that covers part of the screen: To do this I am using this pixel shader: float4 PS_Main( PS_Input ...
I have a fragment shader, when I've carefully managed to remove most branching decisions, as I have found out through research here that they are bad. But I have one function that I just can't work ...
Summary: I get FPS slowdown as soon as I try to tint the sprites (i.e: multiply texture with color in the fragment shader) Details: Hardware: iPod touch 4 I am drawing 700 sprites on the screen ...
I have a pixel shader that calculates a mandelbrot fractal. It uses the standard formula: z = z2 + c I'd like to extend it so the power z is raised by varies. To do this i have the following ...